Prepare a PowerPoint presentation about an active criminal gang and including

Prepare a PowerPoint presentation about an active criminal gang and including the gang’s history, key members, gang life, and the specific crimes the gang is involved in; information is comprehensive and well-analyzed with relevant and insightful evidence to support claims. The presentation demonstrates a commanding understanding of the topic. Presentation includes at least 12 slides, not including your title and reference slides.
The content is written clearly and concisely. Ideas generally progress and relate to each other. The project includes motivating questions and advanced organizers. The project gives the audience a clear sense of the main idea.
While APA style is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected, and in-text citations and references should be presented.
The layout is visually pleasing and contributes to the overall message with appropriate use of headings, subheadings, and white space. Text is appropriate in length for the target audience and to the point. The background and colors enhance the readability of the text

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Use the News Media Journal resource located in the files as a guide to prepare a

Use the News Media Journal resource located in the files as a guide to prepare a news media journal. In your news media journal, you must examine different ways news media outlets cover the same political issues or political news stories.
Select three political issues that are currently political news stories with widespread media coverage. National political issues are ideal in order to meet all the assignment requirements. Check with your instructor to approve your selections.
Select three news media outlets covering each of the political issues you selected. Major news sources include ABC News, CBS News, CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, NPR, PBS (PBS NewsHour, Frontline, Washington Week),
and other news sources appropriate to the assignment. Try to select news
sources that have various political viewpoints, in order to get the full
picture of an event, not just one side.
Follow the coverage of each story on three of the news media sources you selected daily for five days. Watch, listen, and read how each news media outlet covers the stories you selected. Note: you may use the same three news media sources for all three political issues and news stories. You may choose to explore more news media outlets in your media journal by selecting different news media outlets for each of the three stories.
Record your observations of each outlet’s coverage, including
1.Observe language used during coverage of the issue, and whether the tone is neutral, positive, or negative. What is the theme of the discussion?
2.Measure the time spent covering the issue for video and television, or word count for websites and print newspapers.
3.Identify contributors of opinions or commentary on the issue such as elected officials, political candidates, political pundits, or other journalists.
Complete the table and reflection below. When your observations are complete, write a 250-350-word reflection on your experience at the end of this document.

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Instructions for the paper: Your paper must focus on this scholarly article: Ric

Instructions for the paper: Your paper must focus on this scholarly article: Richard Moon, “The Scope of Freedom of Expression.” Osgoode Hall Law Journal2 (1985): 331-357.
access through here: https://www.studocu.com/row/document/university-of-namibia/human-rights-law/the-scope-of-freedom-of-expression/16903773
The introduction should have a thesis statement and a short overview of the structure of the paper. Explain why this issue is important.
The first section of the paper should be a detailed SUMMARY of the article.
In the second section you should EVALUATE the key argument, usually by presenting a counter-argument, objection, or alternative. You may also explain why this objection is ultimately not persuasive.
The final section should CONNECT the article to other material or themes from the course: assigned readings, recommended readings, lectures, court cases, and/or current events.
The length of each of the substantive sections should be approximately one third of the total length of the paper, but this is meant as a general guideline and can be interpreted flexibly.
Include a list of works cited of the scholarly article and any class readings referred to.
Your paper should have a thesis statement. In most cases your thesis statement will consist of two parts: summary and critique.
class readings you can connect to:
– https://www.nybooks.com/articles/2017/09/28/why-we-must-still-defend-free-speech/
– Speak freely : why universities must defend free speech (in attachments)
– The harm in hate speech (in attachments)
Only use the readings and articles provided

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Interview a prosecutor, criminal defense attorney, or judge on the respective ro

Interview a prosecutor, criminal defense attorney, or judge on the respective roles of each of the three in the criminal justice system.
In addition to the interview, conduct your own research about the responsibilities and roles of each in the criminal justice system.
Write an essay (750-1,000 words) in which you summarize the results of your interview and include a comparison of the interview responses with what you discovered in your research of the three roles.
Organize your essay to sequence the steps of procedural law from the time a person is arrested until they are sentenced while describing the roles of the court players in the various steps.
(Essay delineates the steps of procedural law from the time a person is arrested until they are sentenced with quality details; description is comprehensive and insightful, showing an exceptional approach)
(The explanation of the roles of the major court players in the procedural law process is provided with quality details; analysis is comprehensive and insightful, showing an exceptional approach

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PLEASE SUMMARIZE THE FOLLOWING RESEARCH ARTICLE IN LESS THAN 3 LETTER SIZED PAG

PLEASE SUMMARIZE THE FOLLOWING RESEARCH ARTICLE IN LESS THAN 3 LETTER SIZED PAGES USING THE FONT TIMES NEW ROMAN, FONT SIZE 12 AND LINE SPACING 1.50.
Vincent Kazmierski (2014). How Much “Law” in Legal Studies? Approaches to
Teaching Legal Research and Doctrinal Analysis in a Legal Studies Program.
Canadian Journal of Law and Society / Revue Canadienne Droit et Société, 29, pp
297-310 doi:10.1017/cls.2013.61
Link to this article: http://journals.cambridge.org/abstract_S0829320113000616

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In Chapter 6 of our text challenges associated with negotiating with people from

In Chapter 6 of our text challenges associated with negotiating with people from different cultures is discussed. Does the downside of thinking about people as part of a cultural group outweigh the possible benefit of grouping people to help understand their values and anticipate their behavior? Discuss.
One example: From my understanding, not really because we don’t know much about that specific people’s cultural group values or behavior, especially their negotiation style approach. However, we do have a choice to educate ourselves and learn more about it. And that begins with communicating, active listening, or asking questions. It’s not a matter of ignorance but a matter of learning. As long as we don’t generalize a certain cultural group which results to a misunderstanding or verbal disputes, then that’s the most important note to take in high regard. Therefore, the downsides of negotiating with people from different cultures can be resolved if we learn to respect, understand, and accept their cultural emphasis of negotiating whether we agree with it or not. Everyone’s cultural interpretations are different, especially when it comes to social interaction. Also, a lot of people can be mixed with several cultural backgrounds that there probably not aware of. For the record, it’s not good to assume that everyone from different cultural backgrounds communicate, negotiate, and behave the same because that’s how racial discriminative biases or conflicts begin. For instance, the textbook states that defining a person by culture and using that cultural identity to predict values or behavior is inviting error. That’s why it’s a good idea to implement sensitivity or considerations regarding cultural understanding because it can help us prepare for negotiations by learning to interpret behavior and provide ideas on how to avoid impasse so negotiating value results can be concluded. Also, Cultural Awareness needs to be established because it can help negotiators or people avoid unintentional consequences of what we say or do, thus keeping us aware of what other cultural individuals might anticipate from our specific cultural identity in terms of our understanding capability.
Secondly, another helpful approach is Cultural Considerations, it will benefit people or negotiators because it guides us to get a productive understanding towards other people’s cultures by avoid stereotyping. I like the example of John Wayne because it’s true that not all negotiators negotiate the same style as his. And not all Chinese negotiators negotiate like Charlie Chan. Everyone’s negotiating style varies differently, it’s just a matter of how they’re raised based on their cultural customs or values. As a result, effective negotiators will depend on cultural considerations and awareness so they can properly read the true meaning of the foreign negotiators verbal and nonverbal communications regarding needs, offers, and solutions. Without it, the negotiation can lead to communicational misunderstandings also known as wrong cross culture. For instance, the interaction between American and British negotiations using certain words that has a different meaning. According to linguistic expert Neil Payne, he stated that there was a negotiating misunderstanding of interpretation between a British negotiator and an American company. Its regarding the term “Tabling a Motion” which means don’t discuss specific points in the United States while in England it means let’s discuss specific points. This resulted in a verbal misunderstanding and wrong cross culture thus preventing a negotiation agreement from occurring. This is a good example on why whenever anybody negotiates, it’s important to be culturally considerate, informed, and aware because everyone communicates differently, the words or their behavior can have a different meaning or context. By acknowledging this, negotiators will have a strong chance of fulfilling a negotiation agreement resulting to a satisfying resolution outcome.
advantaged, it may be more beneficial to view cultural identity as an aspect of a person to be respected and approached with genuine open-minded curiosity, even in the context of negotiation. Thereby, one would hope to not cause harmful offense at a minimum, and ideally, to form beneficial relationships through mutual respect.

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1-the teacher wants the homework answers written on paper like essay MLA style.

1-the teacher wants the homework answers written on paper like essay MLA style. I mean the explanation for each case………….. 2 _ the case ( is 2 cases and the question should be at the end of each case)……. please tell me if there is something that confused you……. 3_ you can find the case 1 and 2 in files and check the photo about writing grade…………….. works cited section is need, also check the photo for Introduction & Instructions

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The unique circumstances of a sexual assault can contribute to the impact on a c

The unique circumstances of a sexual assault can contribute to the impact on a community and a victim. For example, a rape occurring in a low-crime area might shock the community, whereas that same act in a high-crime area might not. A date rape and a stranger rape may also have different psychological implications for the victim. Due to these impacts, the circumstances of the assault factor greatly into the type of community resources that will be effective in recovery.

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C‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍ase Brief: Trans World Airlines v. HardisonRead Trans World

C‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍ase Brief: Trans World Airlines v. HardisonRead Trans World Airlines, Inc. v. Hardison Et al. 432 U.S. 63 (1977) attached within the Learn folder. Brief it based on the standard template,‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍ attached. The dissent and footnotes are optional reading for this assignment. Make sure to only brief the majority opinion. Additional guidance is provided with the attached case opinion‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍.

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Please write a contract based on an Influencer. Influencer: You have 10,000 foll

Please write a contract based on an Influencer.
Influencer: You have 10,000 followers on Instagram and Tik Tok and 5000 on Facebook. You are 24 years old, female, located in NYC. Your followers are focused on fashion and makeup.
Contract: draft a contract with 4 clauses that you believe are required to achieve a positive partnership for two years.

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